After a three-year retirement as a stay-at-home father to his three children, Herjavec founded Herjavec Group in 2003, a security solutions integrator, reseller and managed service provider, of which he is currently the CEO.Herjavec has appeared as a regular on the Canadian CBC Television series Dragons' Den (seasons 1 to 6), and in America on ABC's version of the series, Shark Tank, where business pitches from aspiring entrepreneurs are presented to a panel of potential investors.That same year, she hosted the BET Awards red carpet and multiple events during the official BET Weekend.
After supporting roles in A Weekend with the Family and The Nice Guys, Tran landed the lead in Only for One Night, portraying Chloe, a married woman whose perfect life deals with betrayal when her sister drugs her husband and sleeps with him. After her departure from The Bay, Tran began starring in the TNT series Claws (2017), whose storyline follows five diverse manicurists working at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County salon in South Florida.
The couple briefly broke up when Brown reconciled with his ex-girlfriend, Barbadian singer and songwriter Rihanna.
Herjavec's first career was in film at an early age.
He quickly moved behind the camera in various production roles.
Herjavec worked in several productions as a third assistant director, including Cain and Abel and The Return of Billy Jack in the mid-1980s.
His early film career culminated with the position of field producer of the XIV Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina for Global TV.Herjavec competed as #007 for The Herjavec Group Racing team in the North American Ferrari Challenge Series, where he won the Rookie of the Year title in 2011, after winning both races at the season-opener in St.Petersburg, Florida and following up with wins in Laguna Seca and Lime Rock, Connecticut. He has played in the 2010 Canadian charity open sponsored by RBC at the St. He has also competed in the 2011 New York marathon and the 2010 Miami marathon.Herjavec has won three Gemini Awards as part of Dragon’s Den for Outstanding Reality Show in Canada.Herjavec is the author of two books, Driven: How to Succeed in Business and Life (2010) and The Will to Win: Leading, Competing, Succeeding (2013).Tran's TV One movie, The Fright Nite Files, was screened that year.